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Dyngus Day delectables

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Dyngus Day is obviously a celebration of Polish culture. Still, there’s the ever present danger that the holiday has become Americanized, slipping away from tradition and simply flipping pierogi and sizzling kielbasa—you know, treats that Buffalonians are more than familiar with.

Bounding from St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church’s social center to a make-shirt Polish cafe on…

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Five Points Bakery talks the west side - VIDEO

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Youtube

In video interview posted by Youtube user Mthargra, Kevin Gardner, co-owner of Five Points Bakery, talks about owning a business on the west side of Buffalo.

With an establishment thats describes themselves as a “local idea meets local ideals.”

The goal of the bread share is to produce fresh, organic bread at an affordable price, reduce waste, and develop a community.

This is…

The pierogi song - VIDEO

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / cwisniesk

A play off of George Michael’s “Faith,” this new version entitled “Pierogies are Great” just might be the bigger hit. In honor of Dyngus Day, be sure to fry up a few of these delicious doughy dumplings. Smacznego!

Photo courtesy of Flickr / cwisniesk

Girl horrified by butter lamb decapitation - VIDEO

video by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

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This young lady loses her cool when apparent family members take the head off of a butter lamb at Easter dinner. Stay compassionate, sister.

For the love of Peeps

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / CarbonNYC

Ever wanted to know exactly where these famous Easter treats came from? Just Born, the company who produces the marshmallowy treats has a whole interactive history lesson on their website. But besides throw a few peeps into your Easter basket this weekend, why not get creative?

Take a look at some Peep alternatives to sweeten up your holiday. For the full official recipes,…

Buffalo-style deviled eggs

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / whitneyinchicago.

The rest of the world can thank Buffalo—specifically Anchor Bar—for realizing that hot sauce makes just about anything taste better.

With that in mind, creative cooks can put those dyed Easter eggs to use in a spicy new way: Buffalo-stye deviled eggs.

The Huffington Post shares an easy recipe that calls for blue cheese crumbles, mayonnaise, chopped parsley, tabasco sauce, salt,…

Cheap beer tracker

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

SaveOnBrew.com

With the recent popularity of couponing, tracking gas prices and daily deal websites, there’s been one product that is always going for full price: beer.

Founders of SaveOnBrew.com believe it doesn’t have to be that way.

Co-founder Jennifer Davidson said the idea came about when she, her husband and friends were sitting outside with friends, talking about beer—especially the…

Butter lambs from around the world

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo by S.J. Velasquez

Whether you buy a Malczewski’s butter lamb from the Broadway Market headquarters or the local Wegmans, the dairy novelty is just as you remembered it from your own childhood— if you’re a Western New Yorker.

But butter lambs outside of Buffalo? They’re not exactly recognizable to the untrained WNYer’s eye. Here are a few photos of butter lambs as they appear in places that, well,…

The death knell for Tim Hortons drive-thrus?

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Saskatoon, the largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, is considering banning Tim Hortons drive-thrus as a result of the traffic concerns stemming from the chain’s popularity. Could this trickle down to Western New York?

The Toronto Star reports that Saskatoon’s city council is investigating the possibility of banning drive-thrus in any future Tim Hortons that lays roots in the…

Wegmans does it better

blog by S.J. Velasquez  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr / patashley

Wegmans knows how to keep the customer happy.

According to Consumer Reports, Wegmans ranked No. 1 supermarket in America based on shopper feedback.

Customers were asked about different aspects of the shopping experience—prices, selection, line length, employee interactions, etc.—as part of the Consumers Report survey. Grocers with top ratings were:

1. Wegmans
2. Trader Joe’s…

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